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· I am interested in the debate about a Christian’s use of spiritual and/or medical methods;
· I see so much potential lost in people who can’t seem to control their moods, overcome past hurts and struggle with depression.
The challenge that the book puts out is that some neurological conditions are not always the result of bad choices (or sin in the Christian content). Dr Henslin explores issues such as chemical imbalance, injury and other traumas in an effort to help people become more researched before settling on their best treatment solution.
I did find many parts of this book fascinating and would recommend it to people looking to further explore the neurological world, gai understanding for people affect by neurological conditions, find out where certain conditions originate (e.g. ADD), find out what are some treatment options for conditions that originate in the brain and also looking for some Biblical context/prayers as a way to connect their chosen treatment and their faith. Prepare to be enlightened and challenged!
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1. Be sure to get eight hours sleep every night.
2. Eat five serves of vegetables and two serves of fruit.
3. Drink three litres of water every day.
4. Dress for success! Make yourself presentable before starting work.
5. Make your own lunch every day rather than buying it.
6. Take a nap in the afternoon to re-energise.
7. Do at least half an hour of exercise every day.
8. Don’t skip lunch – get out of the office to eat your sandwich.
9. Have dinner as a family – it’s important bonding time.
10. Spend 20 minutes planning tomorrow with a detailed to-do list..
11. Do one thing every day that scares you.
12. Make some quality time for your partner.
13. Make sure you get some ‘me’ time.
14. Read industry magazines to stay on top of trends.
15. Slow down – take time out to smell the roses.
….and you know they are. Maybe it’s a gift that you have and you only want it for you. Maybe it’s the way you’ve always done something. Maybe it’s following the guidance of your peers when you know there’s a better way. I’ve had my share of Jonahs. The Godly things that aren’t in the right place. The promise that you’re hoping for, the baby that is never conceived, the promotion or business that never arrives. Sometimes you just have to throw it overboard. See if it can swim or if it’ll sink. Or maybe the mysterious third option. Don’t let the dream weigh down your boat but realise that sometimes, throwing in the towel means that others pick up the fight.
“Then the sailors picked Jonah up and threw him into the raging sea, and the storm stopped at once! The sailors [who didn’t believe in God – my little add in] were awestruck by the Lord’s great power, and they offered him a sacrifice and vowed to serve him.” – Jonah 1